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Independent Living Reimagined For Active Adults


More than a beautiful place to live, The Farmstead at Medford is a vibrant community designed to elevate the way you live. Tours are available 7 days a week.


Senior living in Medford has never been so inviting or exciting, thanks to The Farmstead at Medford. Opened in November 2023, this upscale community – exclusively for those 62 and older – is reimagining senior living with top-tier amenities, gourmet dining and a vibrant social calendar.

“We have truly an amazing offering here,” says Edward Farrington, Executive Director of The Farmstead at Medford. “Brand new apartments, beautiful grounds, plenty of activity and the freedom to come and go, plus a caring staff that feels more like family. Life here is as carefree and indulgent as a five-star cruise – and everything is included.”

The Farmstead at Medford features 120 one- and two-bedroom residences for lease in a community that includes a choice of dining areas, a grand hall, movie theater, fitness center, family game room, putting green, walking trails, dog run and more. Dogs and cats are welcome. Each apartment has a kitchen, washer and dryer, plus its own internet router and thermostat – little touches that underscore the luxury experience.

“Just as on a cruise, the food is the highlight,” says Farrington. “Everything is prepared by our onsite chef who caters to the residents’ dietary needs and preferences. Residents can choose to dine in our formal dining room, bistro or pub. Meals are served to them, so they don’t have to try to balance a hot cup of coffee and a cane or walker.”

The days are filled with activity. Residents can choose from chair yoga, games, movies, billiards, art, book clubs, raised bed gardening and other activities. They enjoy happy hours, visiting lecturers and excursions. Recently, residents visited the Ocean City Boardwalk. For visiting family, there’s a lounge with video games, Pac Man and a giant Connect 4. Residents have their own parking spots and can come and go as they please.

What truly differentiates The Farmstead at Medford is the feeling of community. “We go out of our way to be warm and welcoming,” says Farrington. “We cater to residents in their 70s and 80s. We want to make sure they’re safe, and they’re enjoying life to the fullest.”


370 Stokes Road, Medford